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The "Satefy" in Safety Glasses Means Something, You Know!

Here’s an example of how safety glasses could save your eyes! Having the correct safety thickness lenses when working around hazardous materials or chemicals can prevent your eyes from injury.  There Read More

Is that a C or an O?

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Can your Eyes Actually Change Color?

They possibly can! However, changes in eye color are rare. Sometimes, the color of your eye may appear to change when your pupils dilate. The colors in your environment, including Read More

Make 2021 your year to try something new!

Most people are starting the new year with new vision and health insurance. This means new, better benefits, deductibles and co-insurances. Come in and let our amazing Optical staff help Read More

January is National Eye Care Month!

Do I really need an eye exam every year?  Yes. Yearly eye exams are recommended to maintain healthy vision. They not only stop vision problems from getting worse but also prevent Read More

Have you heard of Lattice Degeneration?

 It is a thinning of the peripheral retina found in about 6-8% of the population, and our doctors monitor it when detected. Imaging machines, like our Optomap Monaco, can take Read More

Have you heard of our new iLux Dry Eye Treatment Regiment?

New year, new service! Introducing the iLux, an alternative way to treat dry eyes.  Around 86% of dry eye sufferers are reported to have symptoms of MGD (Meibomian Gland Dysfunction). Those Read More

Have you Tried our New Optomap?

We’ve upgraded our Optomap!  We have offered the Optomap Retinal Exam and an OCT Wellness Scan as a screening procedure in our office for a number of years. In the past Read More

Happy Holidays!

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Remember to Dilate!

 Dilation is an important part of your eye exam because it helps your eye doctor check for many common eye problems. These problems may include Diabetic Retinopathy, Age-Related Macular Degeneration, Cataracts and Read More

What is a Nevus?

Have you ever heard of an eye freckle before, also known as a nevus? Nevi are colored growths on the eye which you can compare to having a mole on your skin. Read More

What Can You Really See?

The human eye can see a lot, more so than you might initially think. An average human eye can see in the visible eye spectrum, but patients with aphakia, who Read More

Glasses Fogging Up? No Problem.

If you wear glasses, you may be experiencing some annoyance with your glasses fogging up while wearing your mask.  WE HAVE THE SOLUTION…. The Optiplus Anti Fog Wipes are back in Read More

Why Do Onions Make Us Cry?

Ever cut an onion and started tearing up? Most people do! It turns out that when you cut an onion, it releases a gas called Propanethiol S-oxide. When mixed with Read More

Interested in Meteor Showers?

The Geminids, which peak during mid-December each year, are considered to be one of the best and most reliable annual meteor showers. The Geminids did not start out that way. Read More

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